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When you encounter challenges in life, or difficulty in your relationships, when stress gets the better of you or life feels directionless, Find Help NI has the resources to get you back on track.
This is your online hub for free guides and helpful content to support your wellbeing. Get connected to the services you need or learn what kind of support is best for you.

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Whatever the issue – you’re not alone. Read through our blog for first hand experiences written by young people of all ages, along with our advice, tips and guides to get you on the road to a happier, healthier you.
Our Services Spotlight shines a light on local services that can support your wellbeing. From outdoor pursuits to counselling, practical therapies to community events, there are lots of things to get involved in.

Wild Therapy, based in Holywood, takes talking therapy out into the great outdoors. Here’s what their sessions involve.

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As an international student, Vishnu Eyyarambil shares how he dealt with his homesickness after moving to Belfast from India.

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Outdoor therapy can bring you closer to nature while helping your overall wellbeing. Ellie, founder of Wild Therapy, explains how.

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Orla shares the story of her sister’s passing, how it affected her and how she learned to cope with grief.

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Bullying affects lots of different people at any age and can happen anywhere: at school, travelling to and from school, in sporting teams, in friendships

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Georgia Ramm shares her experience of depression, how it made her feel and the impact it had on her life.

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Your guide to EFT. Learn how EFT can help with anxiety, depression, fears, phobias, physical pain, PTSD and much more.

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My name is Rebecca, 18, and I was introduced to EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) because I get very overwhelmed and uncomfortable when I feel stressed

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Rachael shares her experience of being admitted to hospital and diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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If you’re 17 – 24 and you have a story you would like to tell, an experience you want to share or if you would like to be a part of the conversation on the issues affecting young people, we want to hear from you!
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Our Find Help NI experts are on hand to answer any questions you may have, big or small. Plus, you can ask your question anonymously! We’ll write our reply as our next blog post.

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Feel you need support?

Sometimes you need some help to feel better again and there are a range of services and organisations to support you.
Discover new ways to look after your wellbeing, even in the moments when you feel good. Some services and projects offer new or exciting ways for you to strengthen your mental health. Remember to make time for you.